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Management Style

Management Style - Different Types of Styles

Different Management Styles
  1. Autocratic Style of Working
    • In such a style of working, the superiors do not take into consideration the ideas and suggestions of the subordinates.
    • The managers, leaders and superiors have the sole responsibility of taking decisions without bothering much about the subordinates.
    • The employees are totally dependent on their bosses and do not have the liberty to take decisions on their own.
    • The subordinates in such a style of working simply adhere to the guidelines and policies formulated by their bosses. They do not have a say in management’s decisions.
    • Whatever the superiors feel is right for the organization eventually becomes the company’s policies.
    • Employees lack motivation in autocratic style of working.
  2. Paternalistic Style of Working
    • In paternalistic style of working, the leaders decide what is best for the employees as well as the organization.
    • Policies are devised to benefit the employees and the organization.
    • The suggestions and feedback of the subordinates are taken into consideration before deciding something.
    • In such a style of working, employees feel attached and loyal towards their organization.
    • Employees stay motivated and enjoy their work rather than treating it as a burden.
  3. Democratic Style of Working
    • In such a style of working, superiors welcome the feedback of the subordinates.
    • Employees are invited on an open forum to discuss the pros and cons of plans and ideas.
    • Democratic style of working ensures effective and healthy communication between the management and the employees.
    • The superiors listen to what the employees have to say before finalizing on something.
  4. Laissez-Faire Style of Working
    • In such a style of working, managers are employed just for the sake of it and do not contribute much to the organization.
    • The employees take decisions and manage work on their own.
    • Individuals who have the dream of making it big in the organization and desire to do something innovative every time outshine others who attend office for fun.
    • Employees are not dependent on the managers and know what is right or wrong for them.
  5. Management by Walking Around Style of Working
    • In the above style of working, managers treat themselves as an essential part of the team and are efficient listeners.
    • The superiors interact with the employees more often to find out their concerns and suggestions.
    • In such a style of working, the leader is more of a mentor to its employees and guides them whenever needed.
    • The managers don’t lock themselves in cabins; instead walk around to find out what is happening around them.

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